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 - as handsomely it the behind moon the century...
as handsomely it the behind moon the century many TheMiddleburg M. E Sunday held its picnic in. Mrs. E. A. Clabaugh's grove on Saturday. It addressed by Rev. Osborne Belt, G. W. Heyde, of Westminster, T. Wilbide. Music was furnished the Union Bridge Band. The by the school, led by the superintendent, iir. Tingling, was unusually good.--Salem Sunday-school held celebration in the" grove near the church. The Oak Orchard Band furnished the music.--St. John's (Leister's) (Leister's) Sunday-school also held an day celebration, attended by a crowd from the earrounding country. The Mt. Pleasant Band enlivened day with music.

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  1. The News,
  2. 30 Aug 1886, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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